Buffalo Bill's Antlers Inn
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... couple of hours. It was followed by a party and street dance in front of the Irma Hotel from 6-10 PM (which I skipped). A lot of bikers in town on their way to an d from Sturgis, SD and the annual Black Hills Rally. This year is the 75th anniversary and they are expecting some 600,00-700,000 participants… it more than doubles the population of the state.
It was unique, but I think I’ll stick with the traditional ...
... show) into the arena with no halters or bridals. Two of the cowboys chased them around the arena at a fast gallop. Since Wyoming is the cowboy state and the wild mustang is the state horse this spectacle got the rousing welcome it deserved. The other neat part of the rodeo was the barrel racing; they had three sections, adult, junior, and lead line. But unlike NYS where in the lead line class the parents are on foot, here the parents rode a horse and held ...
... Rodeo and finding our favourite granola! We'll certainly never forget this day on future 4th July's!
The following morning we woke up to our canvas curtains billowing around us and a chilly air. Linda and Mike kindly let us have breakfast in their kitchen and we ended up sitting with them chatting about our travels for a good hour! It was great to get to know this lovely couple ...
... they had little television screens where they displayed the local weather forecast as you filled up. I kept wondering if there was a video camera somewhere where someone was watching from the comfort of their living room. Who knew that running a gas station was a telecommuting occupation!
Normally, we would have just stayed in Cody to make up for the lost day, but last night we made reservations for the next few hotel nights to ...
... the road heading west, I take advantage of the open roads and run 90 mph for the next 2.5 hours. In Sheridan,Wy I call Ponderosa camp grounds to let them know my estimate arrival time of 7-7:30pm, I’m informed that if I’m much later than 7pm my cabin key will be tapped to the door with instructions on how to find my cabin. The last leg of today’s trip will wind me up and thru Bighorn National Forrest, one of my favorite rides of the entire trip. This ride ...